Category: Personal Development

Harnessing the Virtue of Temperance for Professional Success

A lot of leaders practice key virtues and tenets, many of which have been passed down from philosophers of antiquity to modern times. The virtue of temperance often doesn’t get as much attention as it should, perhaps it comes across as ‘boring’ in a hedonistic world of indulgence, instead opting for, well, temperance and self-control.…
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Feeling down is hard

Feeling down is hard

A tense neck. A knotted stomach. A pressure in your chest that’s so full on it limits your breathing. It can be all of that and a whole lot more… Feeling down can see your whole body hurting so much you feel totally fried. Drained of all energy. Drained of life. Empty. And even totally…
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5 Practical Steps to Performance Improvement

Perhaps one of the greatest challenges to any manager or HR staff member is to put into action a fair, equitable, and effective performance improvement plan for employees. Employees have wants and desires, and those that feel a sense of purpose in their work are far more likely to be productive than those that do…
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5 Tips to Deal With Resistance to Change

5 Tips to Deal With Resistance to Change in the Workplace

Changes in the workplace don’t always happen in ways that we’d like. Employees and colleagues can be resistant to change and in our modern world it’s certainly worth allowing them to voice their concerns. Management must always balance the interests of their valued employees whilst endeavouring to enact meaningful changes that are necessary to push…
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Dealing with waves of feelings

Dealing with waves of feelings

You know those moments when your fight, flight or freeze instinct kicks in? That’s when your safety response is triggered. A safety trigger is caused by many things. It could be standing on a roof, presenting to the board members at work or talking to a customer. Even a smell can be a trigger. When…
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The Mindset Profit Model at the workplace

The Mindset Profit Model at the workplace – InspireTribe

Our mindset determines the ‘profit’ we get out of life both in our personal life and also our careers. Let’s look at why the state of our mindset is important to business and team members alike. So why do some businesses plateau and some evolve at a very rapid rate? Truth be known, the game…
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Learning how to cope with anxiety

Learning how to cope with anxiety

We’re programmed to notice potential safety and hurt issues before noticing feeling happy or loving both in the workplace and at home. It’s a natural response to tune into what’s not going right in our world. If we grow up in a place where there are no tigers or lions, our body doesn’t know that.…
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Valuing your feelings

Valuing your feelings and the lessons they teach you throughout your executive career

In today’s business culture, it’s prized to be logical. We don’t put much emphasis on our feelings, especially in the workplace. When we’re talking with team members, we want to know their thoughts on a topic but we rarely ask how they’re feeling about it. Many of us have been taught to dismiss our emotions…
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Case Studies – Individuals

If you need to see how our mindset mentoring and coaching has worked for others, read on for a few examples of what clients in a similar situation have experienced through working with us. Of course, their stories likely won’t relate to you exactly because everyone’s starting point is different but, it will give you…
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Mirror Mirror on the Wall

We’re all familiar with the humble mirror Coated glass that reflects an image When we stand in front of it we get to see ourselves So cool!   But are you aware that there is a metaphorical mirror as well?   This metaphorical mirror also reflects who we are and we get to SEE ourselves…
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